Rosa micrantha Borrer

, Engl. Bot. 35: t. 2490 (1813).
IPNI Life Sciences Identifier (LSID)
English Botany; or, Coloured Figures of British Plants, with Their Essential Characters, Synonyms, and Places of Growth. To Which will be added, Occasional Remarks. London
35: t. 2490
Date of Publication
1 Aug 1812-1 Mar 1813
Family as entered in IPNI

Type Information

Distribution Of Types
United Kingdom

Original Data

Europ.; As. Min


J. E. Smith, the publishing author, ascribed the name and its validating diagnosis to Borrer (protologue: Mr. W. Borrer communicated to us the present Rose, under the above name. He observed that it is common in hedges and thickets, and is nearly related to R. rubiginosa, t. 991, but much less prickly, less bushy, and more like (R.) canina, t. 992, in mode of growth. ... (vide Smith)).